Barcelona Metro line 10

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Llefià
Barcelona Metro Line 9 and Line 10
Aeroport T1
L2gris.svg L9 barcelona.svg S end
Aeroport T. de Càrrega
Aeroport T2
Rodalies de Catalunya símbol.svg
Mas Blau
depot
Parc Nou
L10gris.svg end  
Polígon Pratenc
Cèntric
former bed of the Llobregat 
El Prat Estació Rodalies de Catalunya símbol.svg L1gris.svg
Zona Franca | ZAL
La Ribera
Zona Franca | Ecoparc
Les Moreres
Port Nou
  Llobregat river
Sector A
Mercabarna
viaduct start 
Parc Logístic
Motors
  Common section L2gris.svg L9gris.svg
Fira L2gris.svg
L2gris.svg Foc
L2gris.svg direction to INEF  
Foneria
FGC.svg L8 barcelona.svg Ildefons Cerdà
Europa | Fira FGC.svg L8 barcelona.svg
Provençana
Can Tries | Gornal
L1 barcelona.svg
Torrassa
L5 barcelona.svg
Collblanc
T1.svg T2.svg T3.svg
Camp Nou
L3 barcelona.svg
Zona Universitària
L9 barcelona.svg S end
Campus Nord
Manuel Girona
Prat de la Riba
FGC.svg L6 barcelona.svg L12 barcelona.svg
Sarrià
Mandri
FGC.svg L7 barcelona.svg
El Putxet
L3 barcelona.svg
Lesseps
Muntanya
Sanllehy
L4 barcelona.svg
Guinardó | Hospital de Sant Pau
Maragall
L1 barcelona.svg L5 barcelona.svg L4gris.svg
La Sagrera
L9 barcelona.svg L10 barcelona.svg N end
L4gris.svg
Connextion to L2 barcelona.svg L4 barcelona.svg
Triangle ferroviari depot
Onze de Setembre
Bon Pastor
Besòs river
Besòs bifurcation
Llefià
Can Peixauet
La Salut
L10 barcelona.svg end T5.svg T6.svg L2 barcelona.svg
Gorg
Fondo L1 barcelona.svg
Església Major
Singuerlín
Can Zam
L9 barcelona.svg N end
Can Zam depot
L9 barcelona.svg S Aeroport T1 - Zona Universitària
L9 barcelona.svg N La Sagrera - Can Zam
L10 barcelona.svg La Sagrera - Gorg
Stations under construction in italics

Line 10 (Zona Franca ZAL - Gorg) is the name of one of the two branches of the Barcelona metro line 9, currently under construction and to be operated by TMB. Like Line 9 and Line 11, it will be an automatic train operation (i.e. driverless vehicle) metro line.

Overview[edit]

Llefià

The line will link the Zona Franca with Badalona, through Barcelona proper, sharing most of the area covered by L9. L9/10 will be the deepest and longest line in the network. Originally expected to be ready by 2008, ongoing problems with its construction are going to delay its completion until as late as 2025.

The line is currently operated in two sections, North and South, similarly to line 9.

Northern section[edit]

The section from Gorg to Bon Pastor opened on 18 April 2010,[1] and the section from La Sagrera to Bon Pastor (except Estació de la Sagrera station) opened 26 June 2010. This section is operated as L10 Nord.

Southern section[edit]

On 8 September 2018[2] the section between Foc station and the junction with the main route of line 9 at Can Tries-Gornal opened to the public, with the exception of the stations at Ildefons Cerdà and Provençana. These two stations are planned to open during 2019, with the rest of the line on the viaduct through the Zona Franca proper opening between 2022 and 2025. Trains on this section operate between Foc and Collblanc stations, as the line from Collblanc to Zona Universitària is single track and does not have sufficient capacity for both L9 and L10 to run. This section is operated as L10 Sud.

List of stations[edit]

(Stations under construction in italics)

Zona Franca area

Provisional L10 Sud Start

Central branch, shared with L9

Provisional L10 Sud End

Provisional L10 Nord Start

Besòs area

Provisional L10 Nord End

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 7 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  2. ^ "El metro de la Zona Franca, en servicio desde el 8 de septiembre". Retrieved 2018-09-11.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 41°26′27″N 2°14′02″E / 41.44083°N 2.23389°E / 41.44083; 2.23389